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Posts Tagged ‘browser’

Google Chrome

One of the questions we get asked frequently is “Which browser is the best?.” Well the answer to that question is subjective on many factors, but our typical recommendation is Google Chrome. In this article we tell you why.

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Making Google Chrome Work for You!

We know a lot of our readers use Google Chrome as their daily browser.  Since it is also our favorite, we thought it would be relevant to post some ways to make Chrome work better for you!  We scoured the web and came up with these cool keyboard shortcuts!

Page Navigation Shortcuts

  • Space Bar – Page down one full screen at a time
  • Page Down — Page down one full screen at a time
  • Down Arrow – Scroll Down
  • Shift  + Space Bar – Page up one full screen at a time
  • Page Up — Page up one full screen at a time
  • Up Arrow – Scroll Up
  • Home – Go to the top of the webpage
  • End – Go to the bottom of the webpage

Browser Window Shortcuts

  • Ctrl + N – Open a new window
  • Ctrl + Shift + N – Open a new window in incognito mode (Pages viewed in incognito mode won’t show in browser history or search history. They also won’t leave cookies or other traces)
  • Alt + F4 – Close the current window
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Stop! You Have Been Warned.

Have you ever been blissfully surfing the web, when you click on an interesting link and all heck breaks loose?  Depending on what anti-virus/malware software you are using, alarms go off and instead of your link loading, a big read stop sign shows up with the ominous message that reads to effect of “All who enter here are lost!” or less dramatically… “This site is known to contain malware or viruses which could harm your computer. It is recommended that you do not proceed.”.  Seen that before?  How many times have you ignored it and proceeded anyway?  Be honest.  Later did you notice weird things happening, like unexpected pop-ups, or new toolbars, or your computer running funny?  Yep.  Its just like running a stop light.  Bad things can happen.

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